Timely and/or Controversial Information for Family Physicians
Plan to spend some time reading this information-dense issue with a large amount of new material and ideas. From the humanoid behavioral health coach to tackling the controversial topic of environmental causes of autism spectrum disorders, this issue encompasses a broad range of topics. New anticoagulants for an extremely common entity, atrial fibrillation, are discussed. Learn about the shocking increase in oropharyngeal cancers with a changing epidemiology: younger patients with a different clinical presentations. Researchers evaluate changes after new or revised guidelines. “Near miss” reporting can facilitate quality improvement. Pets can make humans ill, yet they are beloved and can improve the health of their human owners.
Bowman, M. A.,
Neale, A. V.,
& Seehusen, D. A.
(2015). Timely and/or Controversial Information for Family Physicians. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 28 (4), 435-437.